Lisa Rinna Embraces Her New Role Of 'Momager' To Model Daughters
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS -- Season:8 -- Pictured: Lisa Rinna -- (Photo by: Tommy Garcia/Bravo)

Lisa Rinna Embraces Her New Role Of ‘Momager’ To Model Daughters Delilah Belle And Amelia Gray

The glitz, the glamour, the gowns – it’s all back on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills! Lisa Rinna is also back, but this time around she’s trying to replace her role of resident villain with a new title: Momager. Lisa’s daughters, Delilah Belle Hamlin and Amelia Gray Hamlin, are forging ahead in the fashion world next to the likes of Yolanda Hadid’s assorted offspring. And Lisa hopes to use her trademark hustling skills to milk every dime out of them help them succeed.

Lisa cheers, “2017 has been quite an exciting time around the Hamlin household since both of our girls, Delilah Belle and Amelia Gray, have been signed by IMG Models Worldwide. Time certainly flies, because not so long ago the girls were making toast at our local deli!”

In another Yolanda parallel, Lisa decided to make IV-drips the first riveting storyline in her “journey” this season. (Although, we demand white bathrobes be worn next time!)

She quips, “Needless to say, staying busy can take a physical toll, and the girls have found themselves under the weather. Amelia was sick, and I didn’t have time to get sick myself, so I was more than happy to have the Beverly Hills Concierge come over, pump us all full of vitamins, and call it a day. They perked right up and off we went to New York!”

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Perhaps in homage to her trademark sh*t stirring ways, Lisa explains her attempt to turn over a new leaf. “I have also realized how important it is to be a role model for my girls. They need to see their mom happy, positive, and empowering of other women. It’s so easy to be offended and reactive of others behavior, and that’s not the route I want to take anymore. Especially since my girls have embarked on their new career where it’s so important to remain grounded and self-confident.”

In other words, Lisa can’t be asking people about coke dens at dinner parties if she wants to make a buck in the modeling world. Right? Theoretically. Allegedly. Probably.

“I’m excited to embark on this new journey of kindness, understanding, and empowerment of women,” Lisa continues in her blog, “and what better time to get started on my new mantra than in scorching hot Las Vegas while celebrating all of my fellow Cancer Crabs.”

As if setting up her new positive image for the season ahead, Lisa closes with by stating, “That was then and this is now.”


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